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The EM seeking parts thread.


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#7001 57 days ago

Looking for early 50’s Gottlieb red rollover buttons that are in better shape than these. I realize that new ones are available but I am trying to keep this game in original condition and would like them to match the overall game condition.

Thanks!

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#7002 54 days ago
Quoted from Catch86:

How about make your own? Did you see the "Common Switch Parts" section at PBR?

Yes, Thanks! Hoping someone has an original, but I may have to go that route if all else fails. Noticed they don’t have a DIY switch blade with the side lugs.

Hoping someone out there has the switch, or even an entire score reel assembly.

#7003 54 days ago

Hey guys, I’m looking for the plastic resonator box for a chime unit. Here’s a pic for reference that I grabbed off the web.

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#7004 54 days ago
Quoted from energeticalz:

Anyone have one of these EOS switches from an early 60s Williams score reel (the metal drum style)? No luck at PBR. Thanks!!!
Blades have side tabs.
Total length of long blade 2”
Total length of shorter blade 1 5/8”
Lifter/pad on end is around 1/16 thick
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I checked a 1960 score reel I have and it has some side mount switches but they appear to be more levels than yours. I also have a set of 1963 score reels from a 63 p/b .. I can’t quite see in them to see the exact switch. I’ll get a better look and get back with you

Mike V

#7005 54 days ago
Quoted from RacingPin:

I checked a 1960 score reel I have and it has some side mount switches but they appear to be more levels than yours. I also have a set of 1963 score reels from a 63 p/b .. I can’t quite see in them to see the exact switch. I’ll get a better look and get back with you
Mike V

Thanks!!! Fingers crossed! My game is also a 1963 game.
Here is a photo of one of these switches mounted to the flange of the score reel plate/frame...
-Jeff

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#7006 53 days ago
Quoted from energeticalz:

Thanks!!! Fingers crossed! My game is also a 1963 game.
Here is a photo of one of these switches mounted to the flange of the score reel plate/frame...
-Jeff[quoted image]

Wow .. that is a hard switch to find. They must have updated those score reels every year. And it is only on certain reels in 63 too. Here you go

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#7008 53 days ago
Quoted from RacingPin:

Wow .. that is a hard switch to find. They most have updated those score reels every year. And it is only on certain reels in 63 too. Here you go
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Eureka!!! That’s the one! PM sent!!

An elusive switch for sure. I have another game made just a year later and the entire score reel mech design had completely changed.

Thanks so much for your help!
-Jeff

#7009 52 days ago

Looking for a Gottlieb backdoor 1973 . Size 26 5/8 * 27 5/8.”

Thanks much for your help,
Gerhard

#7010 52 days ago
Quoted from geschelbeck:

Looking for a Gottlieb backdoor 1973 . Size 26 5/8 * 27 5/8.”
Thanks much for your help,
Gerhard

you saw this?
https://www.facebook.com/groups/299213816922644/permalink/1721249464719065/

#7011 52 days ago

Looking for sound cards/amps for the following games:

Sega Jet Rocket
Williams Stockade

I have a sound card for sale from a Chicago Coin Baseball Champ.

Message me, Thanks!

#7012 51 days ago
Quoted from geschelbeck:

Looking for a Gottlieb backdoor 1973 . Size 26 5/8 * 27 5/8.”
Thanks much for your help,
Gerhard

Look 2 posts above yours, I just posted a link for your door though it’s a bit pricy at $75

#7013 51 days ago
Quoted from geschelbeck:

Looking for a Gottlieb backdoor 1973 . Size 26 5/8 * 27 5/8.”

I had one made locally once. A tin knocker bent it up for like $15 or something.

#7014 50 days ago
Quoted from nomo:

Looking for a 50’s Bally 10 cent coin mech, for a shuffle bowler. I have a few of the parts in the first photo. It also says United on it. Second photo is what it should look like. I also am looking for the foul line metal bar as shown in last photo. Bally Mystic or Magic Shuffle Bowlers. PM me if you can help. Thanks!
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Didn’t find a foul bar as circled in this photo, So I made one out of polished stainless steel.

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#7015 49 days ago

Edit 12/3 - it’s going to pinhead52...

I still have this Gottlieb EM coin door minus the outer skin. I sent pinhead52 a message but if anyone else wants it just pay for shipping.

Quoted from EEE:

Does anyone need parts from a Gottlieb EM (Centigrade 37) door? I should have an outer skin in decent condition as well (In storage).
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#7016 49 days ago
Quoted from EEE:

I still have this Gottlieb EM coin door minus the outer skin. I sent pinhead52 a message but if anyone else wants it just pay for shipping.

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Super! I just spent $65 on ebay but I'll save that for another project. What I really need is the eject system and the coin mech holders but I'll take the whole assy.

Funny about 2 months ago somebody was looking for the eject assy and I sent him what i had. And wouldnt you know a month later I get a game in where it is missing... But this is a great community, I try to give back more than I get...

#7017 45 days ago

Seeking the following:
Gottlieb Dancing Lady - Red 10x playfield insert
Williams Super Star - 2 White caps for the out lane posts
Williams Supense - Bonus Wheel plastic without burn marks

#7018 45 days ago
Quoted from Bad-Sir-Ivan:

Williams Super Star - 2 White caps for the out lane posts

I used to make these a long time ago and sell them to Marco and PBR specifically for Banzai Run (a lot more expensive now). But they work perfectly on Super Star. They're not white, but they actually look better than the white inside the red star.

https://www.marcospecialties.com/pinball-parts/23-6623

#7019 45 days ago
Quoted from Gotemwill:

Looking for early 50’s Gottlieb red rollover buttons that are in better shape than these. I realize that new ones are available but I am trying to keep this game in original condition and would like them to match the overall game condition.
Thanks!
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Did you find your red rollovers and are any of your white sockets broken?

#7020 45 days ago

I’ve been hoarding this little part for a while with the intention of repurposing for our Stern Nine Ball. I’m no longer planning on doing so.

I believe (not certain though) it’s original to a Williams Liberty Bell, Grand Prix and likely others.

Make me an offer.

It’s a red rectangular stand up target.

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#7021 45 days ago
Quoted from waltrr:

Did you find your red rollovers and are any of your white sockets broken?

I am still looking for original red rollovers.

By white sockets, I assume you mean the plastics in the gobble holes? A couple of mine are cracked on the inside. Would be interested in originals of these as well.

Still looking for an original, matching lockdown bar! Not convinced this one is correct based on fit and finish.
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#7022 45 days ago
Quoted from Gotemwill:

I am still looking for original red rollovers.
By white sockets, I assume you mean the plastics in the gobble holes? A couple of mine are cracked on the inside. Would be interested in originals of these as well.
Still looking for an original, matching lockdown bar! Not convinced this one is correct based on fit and finish.
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I was asking about the white inserts the red rollovers are in. I can help you with the red rollovers, I have some NOS stock,
just checking to see if you're sockets are still good.
Walt

#7023 44 days ago
Quoted from waltrr:

I was asking about the white inserts the red rollovers are in. I can help you with the red rollovers, I have some NOS stock,
just checking to see if you're sockets are still good.
Walt

The white inserts are good. I’ll send you a PM. Thanks!

#7024 44 days ago

Anybody have a caster receiver for a 1956 Gottlieb Gladiator? Or a few? I’m missing one, and two others look shredded and crumbling from rust.

This is only my second woodrail, but I’d imagine these particular wooden legs and receivers were also used on other Gottliebs.

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#7025 44 days ago
Quoted from Colsond3:

Anybody have a caster receiver for a 1956 Gottlieb Gladiator? Or a few?

Isn't that just a standard Tee Nut?

#7026 44 days ago

Yes, standard tee nut and you can use regular levelers. Something charming about the old style though...

#7027 44 days ago
Quoted from MarkG:

Isn't that just a standard Tee Nut?

Ironically, shortly after I posted that I was pulling into Lowe’s. It looked slightly different than a normal tee nut at a glance, but I had grabbed these anyway. Should work. Thanks fellas.

I’ll be checking back in here as I start going through this thing.

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#7028 44 days ago
Quoted from AlexF:

Yes, standard tee nut and you can use regular levelers. Something charming about the old style though...

Definitely. And with a woodrail, I’d like to try to keep it original as possible. Unlike the other games I restore.

#7029 44 days ago

Looking for either a Bally Wizard Bonus Unit or at least the plastic gear.

As you can see my new project pin’s plastic gear’s teeth are worn to hell. Thanks.

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#7030 44 days ago

Anybody know how the hell to get this backglass out without removing the top triangular braces inside?

Even when I flap the light panel down, it’s still hitting the supports up top. Not much leeway to angle it. Molding on the front has nowhere to be removed either.

I thought it would come out like the glasses do on a wedgehead.

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#7031 44 days ago

Looking for a score reel part for a wiliams blast off. It looks like a pcb but is part of a switch. Really id buy all 4 score reel mechanisms if the price is right. I will attach a pic of the part I really need

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#7032 44 days ago
Quoted from Mikec2003:

Looking for a score reel part for a wiliams blast off. It looks like a pcb but is part of a switch. Really id buy all 4 score reel mechanisms if the price is right. I will attach a pic of the part I really need
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Damn, that was burning for quite a bit.

#7033 43 days ago
Quoted from Colsond3:

Anybody know how the hell to get this backglass out without removing the top triangular braces inside?

Can the bottom of the glass move towards the rear a little then drop down into a slot allowing you to rotate the top out (carefully)?

#7034 43 days ago
Quoted from JethroP:

Can the bottom of the glass move towards the rear a little then drop down into a slot allowing you to rotate the top out (carefully)?

Nope. Tried that. Not enough space.

#7035 43 days ago
Quoted from Playdium:

Damn, that was burning for quite a bit.

Yeah. Funny thing is, the machine worked great till i turned it on one afternoon and it wouldn’t start

#7036 43 days ago
Quoted from Colsond3:

Anybody know how the hell to get this backglass out without removing the top triangular braces inside?

I'm working on a Jolly Joker and had the same problem. I had to remove the brackets at the bottom. See the pic.

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#7037 43 days ago
Quoted from Catch86:

I'm working on a Jolly Joker and had the same problem. I had to remove the brackets at the bottom. See the pic.

Damn. I was hoping it wouldn’t come to removing hardware. So be it, but doesn’t make sense for serviceability. Thanks man!!

#7038 43 days ago

I am having a hard time finding parts for a 1948 Chicago coin pinball. PBR and Marco do not seem to have much. In particular I am looking for 1/2" coil stops for kickout and flipper coils. Also some of the coils are not easy to find. Any suggestions for parts. I've even had to manufacture some of my parts so far.

#7039 43 days ago
Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

Looking for either a Bally Wizard Bonus Unit or at least the plastic gear.
As you can see my new project pin’s plastic gear’s teeth are worn to hell. Thanks.[quoted image][quoted image]

Ive got one of these, shoot me a pm

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#7040 43 days ago
Quoted from Catch86:

I'm working on a Jolly Joker and had the same problem. I had to remove the brackets at the bottom. See the pic.
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and then take your belt sander to those corners!

#7041 43 days ago
Quoted from Colsond3:

Damn. I was hoping it wouldn’t come to removing hardware. So be it, but doesn’t make sense for serviceability. Thanks man!!

6 screws. You'll be OK. Label them so they all go back in the same holes.

#7042 43 days ago
Quoted from EEE:

I’ve been hoarding this little part for a while with the intention of repurposing for our Stern Nine Ball. I’m no longer planning on doing so.
I believe (not certain though) it’s original to a Williams Liberty Bell, Grand Prix and likely others.
Make me an offer.
It’s a red rectangular stand up target.
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That is a Bally standup target.

#7043 43 days ago
Quoted from Mikec2003:

Looking for a score reel part for a wiliams blast off. It looks like a pcb but is part of a switch. Really id buy all 4 score reel mechanisms if the price is right. I will attach a pic of the part I really need
[quoted image]

OUCH! That calls for a CNC cut pcb.

#7044 43 days ago

I know this is probably a *long* shot, but does anyone have an early Bally lockdown bar? 1963-ish vintage.

#7045 43 days ago

Looking for a ball count unit for a king of diamonds game

#7046 42 days ago

I’m looking for the wiper on the Advance stepper for a Flipper Pool. If no one has the exact piece, I’m sure a similar shaped wiper from another game would work, I would just have to reconfigure the fingers. If anyone has a good photo, that would be appreciated too. Thanks

#7047 42 days ago
Quoted from jasonspoint28:

Hey guys, I’m looking for the plastic resonator box for a chime unit. Here’s a pic for reference that I grabbed off the web.
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Part found! Thanks to pinhead52 for keeping an eye out for me.

#7048 42 days ago

Would love to find a replacement door for a 1971 Gottlieb 4 Square. The current door was drilled in three places to install a security bar.

Updated to include picture.

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#7049 42 days ago
Quoted from PBEarwood:

Would love to find a replacement door for a 1971 Gottlieb 4 Square. The current door was drilled in three places to install a security bar.

Only $137 plus shipping from pbr, what more could you want?

Watch ebay, occasionally there is a deal there. I take doors and get them rechromed for $60 then add them to a job for $80. But when they have been drilled cant rechrome and I just toss.

Ken

#7050 42 days ago
Quoted from pinhead52:

Only $137 plus shipping from pbr, what more could you want?
Watch ebay, occasionally there is a deal there. I take doors and get them rechromed for $60 then add them to a job for $80. But when they have been drilled cant rechrome and I just toss.
Ken

That is always an option, and may end up having to go that way since when they drilled the cabinet they drilled out a bit of the door frame as well.

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